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Customise your kit with Induction Innovations
   
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Induction Innovations, a leading manufacturer of induction heating products for the automotive and agriculture repair industries has announced that customers and authorised resellers can now “customise kit" by choosing which attachments they want when purchasing an Inductor Series Pro-Max, Max and Lite.

This new "have it your way" approach is in response to requests and yet another way Induction Innovations can add value for mechanics and bodyshops around the world.

Customers can customise kit in 3 Simple Steps. Firstly they choose the base induction heating model that will serve as the power supply that each attachment plugs into, either the Inductor Pro-Max (PMP1), Inductor Max (MXP1) or Inductor Lite (ILP1).

Step 2 is to choose from an extensive range of attachments. These are designed for specific tasks such as paintless dent removal, removal of side mouldings, pinstripes and adhesives, glass removal, seam sealer removal, structural repair and many other jobs.

Lastly the customer places the order with an authorised dealer or online.

Johanna Tovar, Director of Business Development at Induction Innovations , commented, "As part of a market research study last year, we interviewed our channel partners to learn how we could improve the Inductor Series. They asked us to give them a choice as to which attachments they want to purchase rather than always having to take the standard three: Concentrator, Fast-Off Pad and Glass Blaster.” She added, "We are always looking for ways to add value to both users of induction heating equipment and our channel partners, so offering our 'customize your kit' option is a way for us to add value and give our customers what they're asking for."

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